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Supreme court orders eco-activist’s appeal to be reheard

Environmental activist Ven Vorn has been given a second chance to have an illegal logging conviction overturned after the Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered his case sent back to the Appeal Court for review. ...

Aun Pheap

Consultative council members to present findings today

Members of the Supreme Consultative Council are expected to gather today to unveil results of fact-finding missions carried out this month, an adviser to Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday. ...

Taing Vida

Royal decree to legitimise council

Deputy Prime Minister Bin Chhin yesterday joined representatives of 16 political parties to draft a royal decree that would cement the Supreme Consultative Council’s government adviser status, an adviser to Prime Minister Hun Sen said. ...

Taing Vida

PM tells SCC to lay off resolved land disputes

Prime Minister Hun Sen on Friday prohibited members of the Supreme Consultative Council from re-opening or getting involved with any land dispute cases that had already been addressed by the courts and the premier himself. ...

Pech Sotheary

PM praises SCC for work so far

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday praised the Supreme Consultative Council (SCC) — which consists of 16 political parties — for identifying and reporting to irregularities affecting the people. ...

Ry Sochan

Sen Sok locals accuse ex-rep of stealing land

About 20 representatives of more than 160 Sen Sok district families delivered a petition to the Land Management Ministry yesterday claiming a former community representative poached land from them that they had spent seven years reclaiming through the courts. ...

Touch Sokha

Disgraced general loses supreme court verdict

The Supreme Court on Monday upheld a guilty verdict and 20-year prison sentence handed down to a former military general and an accomplice in 2013 for large-scale drug trafficking. ...

Khy Sovuthy

Court upholds Sokha detention for ‘treason’

The Supreme Court yesterday upheld the legality of CNRP President Kem Sokha’s detention on widely condemned charges of “treason”, despite a team of defence lawyers laying out their arguments against his imprisonment for the first time before a court. ...

Ben Sokhean

Chea Sim bodyguard appeals sentence

A former senior army official and head of the late Chea Sim’s bodyguard unit yesterday appealed to the Supreme Court to once again reduce his jail time for a raft of crimes including embezzlement, weapons possession, breach of trust and forgery. ...

Kim Sarom

Poipet families protest for help in land dispute

Some 30 families from Poipet city’s Phsar Kandal commune yesterday protested in front of the Poipet Town Hall to demand intervention from authorities to resolve a land dispute with a man who claims to be an “adviser” to Prime Minister Hun Sen. ...

Khouth Sophak Chakrya

Court denies analyst Sok’s request for bail

The Supreme Court yesterday upheld a lower court’s decision to deny jailed political analyst Kim Sok’s request for bail, also rejecting his request to summons Prime Minister Hun Sen, the plaintiff in the two defamation and incitement cases that landed the analyst in detention. ...

Kim Sarom

Workers From 2011 Shooting Still Dealing With Medical Problems

Two women wounded in the 2011 protest shooting in Svay Rieng province have seen their conditions worsen. A total three women were shot during worker strikes by the former governor of Bavet city, Chhouk Bandith, during worker strikes in February 2011. ...

Heng Reaksmey

Cambodia jails 3 foreigners for terror

Cambodia’s Supreme Court has upheld eight-year prison sentences for three foreigners convicted more than four years ago of threatening to bomb the US, UK and Australian embassies. ...

Bangkok Post News Staff

Transport minister answers questions on road quality

Speaking before the Supreme Consultation Forum on Wednesday, Minister of Public Works and Transport Sun Chanthol admitted his ministry’s shortcomings in the management of public construction works that have contributed to the fast deterioration of local roads. The Supreme Consultation Forum summoned Sun Chanthol to ...

Soth Koemsoeun

Firms eye Kingdom as tariffs mount on factories in China

The Kingdom is becoming more attractive than ever for fashion companies that are looking to diversify their supply chains in response to the escalating trade war between the US and China, industry experts say. ...

Hor Kimsay

PM: Government to focus on Constitution and rule of law

With Cambodia marking the 28th anniversary of the Paris Peace Agreement on Wednesday, Prime Minister Hun Sen said the government will focus on implementing the Constitution and the rule of law. He said if the Paris Peace Agreement were to be implemented as some were ...

Mech Dara

US dollar used to curb inflation

Cambodia’s central bank purchased a total of $479.4 million worth of cash during the first half of this year to convert to riel, utilising one of the few tools the National Bank of Cambodia (NBC) has to stabilise the value of the local currency and ...

Hor Kimsay

Former envoy to South Korea challenges court ruling on abuse-of-power conviction

Imprisoned former Ambassador Suth Dina appeared in the Supreme Court yesterday to challenge the procedures of the Appeal Court, where he attempted to get his five-year sentence for “abuse of power” and “unlawful exploitation” overturned in August. ...

Kim Sarom

Jailed ex-RFA reporters to appeal detention at Supreme Court

The defence lawyer for two former Radio Free Asia reporters will file an appeal with the Supreme Court tomorrow challenging their detention on charges of “espionage”. The Appeal Court upheld their pre-trial detention last week. ...

Kim Sarom

Judges, prosecutors ‘disciplined’

Twelve judges and five prosecutors were verbally “disciplined” yesterday during a meeting of the Supreme Council of Magistracy presided over by King Norodom Sihamoni. Sam Prachea Manith, spokesman for the council, declined to name the people singled out. “This is for a small mistake that they forgot ...

Niem Chheng

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